How do you find the number k by looking at the graph of y = k + A sin (Bx + C)?

Cheyanne Leigh 2020-10-31 Answered
How do you find the number k by looking at the graph of
y=k + A sin(Bx + C)?
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Answered 2020-11-01 Author has 92 answers

Explanation:
y=k + A sin(Bx + C)
This is the equation of Sine function.
Where,
|A|=amplitude
(if A < 0, then the graph is reflected across the midline).
(2π)/B=period (when a graphing divide the period into 4 sub-intervals of equal length)
(C/B)= horizontal phase shift
K = vertical shift
Hence the solution.

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